The controversial, unauthorized Kate Moss documentary we can’t wait to watch
One of the all-time best pics of Kate Moss, courtesy of @katem0ss on Instagram. (That face!) I love Kate Moss. In fact, if it was up to me, my entire house would be plastered in glossy framed images of the supe from my favourite coffee table book
Kate Moss by Mario Testino. From her high profile romances (Johnny Depp at his peak hotness, and, er, Pete Doherty) to her cocaine scandal, there’s no doubt the famously press-shy stunner has generated major tabloid headlines over the years.
Click through to read more…
Now, to coincide with Moss’ 40th birthday on January 16th, French TV channel Paris Première has announced they will air an hour long unauthorized documentary called
Looking for Kate, which focuses of the model’s professional and personal life.
Vogue Paris reports the doc will go "into some of the darker aspects of the woman whose face is known all over the world, but whose story remains shrouded in mystery.” No word as to when the show will hit Canada, but I plan to scour the deepest, darkest corners of the Internet until I find it. Will you watch?
Why we’re disappointed with Kate Moss’ first snaps for Playboy
Kate Moss: Her 10 best fashion looks Kate Moss to design a spring 2014 Topshop collection
Kate Moss and Johnny Depp reunite